Because what the summoner is essentially saying is this: "I want sex; I don't want you." Even if the sex is good, the rejection that comes bundled in that summons stings and the hurt grows over time.
So, yeah, stop answering that drunk girl's summonses.
While I would be okay if she were doing this and I knew about it, this has been going on since before we met.
(We've been together 10 years.) She says she has never met him in person (despite communicating with him for more than a decade!
) and this was the only thing she was doing that she thought would have been out of bounds. I'm not okay with her being with other guys, but I know harmless flirting can be a release.
Still, I have issues with anxiety and depression, and this is definitely triggering me.
Meet online and talk to strangers from the USA, Europe, Asia, Africa, Canada, Australia and other parts of the world.
You can simultaneously use several chatrooms and join several discussion groups, and if yu want you can also have a private conversation with girls and guys from your town.
I have considered asking if we could open up the relationship, but I doubt that is the solution. Help Relationship Transition Whatever you do, HRT, please—please—don't ask to open up your relationship when what you really want is out.
Let her know you want more than sex, and if she's not interested in something more, you're not interested in her.
As for those erectile issues, SWAT, try having sex sober, earlier in the evening, and with someone who doesn't regard your dick as a consolation prize. I am a transgender man, and my girlfriend is a transgender woman, and we have hit a plateau.
But her having kept this from me for as long as I have known her has made me question that.
I don't want to keep bringing this up to her, but I am struggling with it. Upset In The Midwest I think you should get over it, UITM.